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Tour along Qinghai-Tibet Railway

Since the Qinghai-Tibet railway was completed and opened to the public, a number of tourists who choose to travel to Tibet by train. There are some advantages of taking a train. First, the train with oxygen can help tourists adapt to the rising altitude. Secondly, the train makes it possible to explore the vast uninhabited area of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Starting from Xining, the Qinghai-Tibet train will pass through the Kunlun Mountains, Qinghai Lake, Qaidam Basin, Tanggula Mountain Pass, the source region of the Yangtze River, Yellow River and Lancang River, the uninhabited area of Hoh Xil, Cuo Na Lake and the Tibetan Qiangtang Grassland.

In addition to Xining, there are also Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing and other places to provide the starting trains to Tibet through the Qinghai-Tibet Railway. Tourists can choose to take the train from the above cities and enter Tibet directly, or fly to Xining first and take the train through the most elite Qinghai-Tibet railway. In the following passage, we will introduce the popular entry route to Tibet to you and provide you with services such as the application for admission to Tibet.

No matter which city you choose to take the train to Tibet, we will try our best to help you realize your dream of traveling by train through Qinghai-Tibet railway. If it’s not convenient for you to take the train to enter Tibet, you can also choose to take the train through Qinghai-Tibet Railway when you leave Tibet. If you have a better travel plan, please contact us for the itinerary.

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